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December 14th, 2005 #1
Some stuff from a couple weeks ago to get this roll started:
Last edited by Grom; April 2nd, 2006 at 06:07 PM.
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I've been trying to improve my pencil rendering.
Last nights sketch...pretty bad, what was I thinking:
From photo reference today:
And some stuff from my Drawing 1 class:
Negative/Positive shape stuff from life:
Also Drawing 1, Shoes from life:
To finish two older pieces, earlier this year:
December 18th, 2005 #3
Your drawings look good. I especially think the street corner drawing is excellent. Nice handling of details and perspective. I'll look out for more posts.
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you have a very good foundation to build upon!
December 19th, 2005 #5
December 19th, 2005 #6
Hey, I must say I like the new post. I imagine that they are both from your head which is impressive. Also, i really respect people who draw with bics. They can be difficult to control compared to a pencil and present challenges in modulating tone.
December 23rd, 2005 #7
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December 29th, 2005 #10
Nice imaginative creatures!
I especially like the stuff you're doing in your drawing class, probably because you spend more time on them.
Only crit I have is to work on the form in your creature sketches. You seem to stick values only around the edges of the form, making everything inside look flat, try fully rendering one of those creatures.
December 31st, 2005 #11
SirGreenSock: You are right, didn't even notice that... thanks for pointing that out!
I got some Feng Zhu DVD's for Christmas... so here are my first two marker sketches... they are pretty bad, I need to work on my lines, circles in perspective... and more then I would like to admit. Hopefully they will get better...
December 31st, 2005 #12
I du'not welcome you so I do it now. Welcome.
Some of your works I Like, and some of your works - simply don't, but i must say that last works you show here is very good for me. Feng Zhu TUtorials? Damn, I sell my soul for them ;] The last machines are quiet nice because of cocncept, but yes - you must work on your lines, it's to sharpen. And look at the first ship - her wings is a little out of perspective, you see?
But in all - Happy New year!-- Be not afraid of growing slowly, be afraid only of standing still. --
-- My New Not So Sick but Yet Sick Sketchbook is here! --
January 1st, 2006 #13
I'm not quite sure exactly what the previous post is trying to say, but I think they are really good from a handling perspective. What I mean by that is your handling of shadow and tone is good. Sure your lines aren't perfect but that will just get better with time. Looks really cool. Did you draw them from your head?? really imaginative
April 2nd, 2006 #14
Saise: Yeah... that perspective is jacked... doh
incolorinred: Thanks man, yeah they are made up...
I've been slacking on the updates... so pardon the dump...
Recent from life stuff(never seem to get done before the time is up):
1 hour poses:
Next 2 Star Trek inspired...
Last edited by Grom; April 2nd, 2006 at 07:45 PM.
April 2nd, 2006 #15
Hey man, you seem to have a really good eye for life stuff...Watch out on the rendering for the figures. Try to look for the right values, especially on the first 1 hour pose. The contrast seems to great and makes it looks quite strange.
Really nice vehicle designs too! keep it up!Blog
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